The LGU has available data but it has no single platform where to access all these data for research and investment purposes

Registration: 24 Sep 2022 to 31 Oct 2022
Submission: 25 Oct 2022 to 31 Oct 2022
Participanting Teams: 7
Submissions: 3
LGU: Cauayan City
Themes: Regional Organizations, Business and Civil Society, Climate Change, Sustainable Infrastructure, Food and Security, Education and Occupational Immobility
Categories: Smarter Governance
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Data is the “new oil”, yet, it is also a pollutant. This can be used to empower communities and should be given importance as data-driven solutions are critical to achieving development. As an arm of the state, LGUs encounter data every day, and this voluminous entry need strong support to uphold management and derive actionable insights to fast-track changes and establish a cost-efficient service to its clientele.

In the Philippines, Data Management remains challenging especially in the public sector in terms of employing digital infrastructures or even personnel with the appropriate competencies to accommodate data workflows. While other organizations’ way of generating reports and data-driven solutions, other remains challenged causing delays in other services.

That is why, the City of Cauayan with DOST and DAP initiates this Hackathon to convene data analytics experts, locals, researchers, and other interested bodies to take part in the challenge of developing digital solutions which will serve as the central repository hub of all data sets in the City. This is in a way beneficial to derive data-driven solutions for good governance and provide an access to people who may develop data-driven interventions and address one of the City’s challenges like business ventures and other opportunities. Remarkable innovations with significant design will surely create a pitch-perfect impact on communities.

The following use-case statements are your guide to help you align your intention in addressing areas of this challenge:

  1. Creating a digital hub to house data sets and project regional geographical settings to resolve territorial disputes and armed conflicts.
  2. How can DSA help the LGU manage big data and propose solutions to resolve regional disorganization?
  3. How can DSA help the LGU build digital infrastructure upholding peace and order?
  4. Building digital infrastructure to map out potential business locations and resources.
  5. Utilizing data sets to come up with digital solutions for business decisions and invite investors.
  6. The power of DSA in building live data dashboards to monitor economic progress and research sustainable growth.
  7. Building a repository hub to provide access for the community to develop solutions in combatting climate change.
  8. Establishing a digital platform to champion environmental degradation and soil erosion.
  9. Open Data Platform to invite researchers to develop mechanisms to address floods and landslides.
  10. Digitalizing data sets to be utilized by the community in building sustainable infrastructures.
  11. Open Data mechanisms to encourage analytics experts and researchers to establish an accessible system for sustainable agriculture.
  12. Bridging data and technology to identify locations with rich resources for sustainable tourism and businesses.
  13. Employing a digital M&E dashboard to address food insecurity and drought.
  14. Establishing an automated registry of harvested commodities to monitor agricultural productivity and strategize ways to combat food shortage once a certain period of challenging yield is determined.
  15. Developing a live agricultural forecast to determine the food sufficiency status of the LGU and its ability to meet the demands of the market.
  16. Empowering communities through digital solutions to determine their agricultural potential and boost financial freedom.
  17. Encouraging farmers to participate in agricultural yield registration to house big data needed in boosting agriculture and employing job opportunities.
  18. Utilizing DSA to develop a centralized digital platform for SMEs to operate online transactions and suggest recommendations once a threat is tracked.
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Annual Investment Plan of Cauayan City
Ordinance Approving the Annual Investment Plan of the City of Cauayan (1)
Ordinance Approving the Annual Investment Plan of the City of Cauayan (2)
Ordinance Approving the Annual Investment Plan of the City of Cauayan (3)
Ordinance Approving the Annual Investment Plan of the City of Cauayan (4)
Ordinance Approving the Annual Investment Plan of the City of Cauayan (5)
Executive Legislative Agenda 2017-2019
Health and Nutrition: Cause of Death per Barangay
Entrepreneurial activity per Barangay (2016-2017)
Household amenities per Barangay (2016-2017)
Nutrition Status per Barangay (2016-2017)
No. of OFWs per Barangay (2016-2017)
Tenure Status per Barangay (2016-2017)
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Volume I: Land Use Plan
Volume III: Zoning Ordinance
CLUP Ph 2018
Volume II: Sectoral Analysis
Volume III: Zoning Ordinance - List of Invitees
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